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A document from the Ministry of Health Promotion (MPH) to provide guidance to public health professionals in planning a comprehensive health promotion approach in accordance with the Health Protection and Promotion Act (HPPA) and Ontario Public Health Standards (OPHS).
Resources for health professionals on healthy eating, Canada's Food Guide, sodium reduction, and the Nutrition Facts Table, including ready-to-use presentations. Can be downloaded and/or customized.
A holistic healthy living guideline outlined by the provincial government of Prince Edward Island (PEI) specifically targeted at early childhood learning and child care centres.
A US-based program to increase knowledge of sustainably produced plant-based foods.
This multifaceted program aimed to promote healthy eating and physical activity behaviours and reduce unhealthy weight gain in children aged 4-12 years in the rural town of Colac Australia.

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